Millwood Fire Company

2022 Incidents
JAN 29
FEB 26
MAR 16
APR 25
MAY 21
JUN 23
JUL 36
AUG 15
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
Total 191

2021 Incidents
JAN 14
FEB 14
MAR 19
APR 24
MAY 23
JUN 30
JUL 32
AUG 17
SEP 31
OCT 29
NOV 16
DEC 29
Total 278

2020 Incidents
JAN 17
FEB 18
MAR 18
APR 15
MAY 20
JUN 15
JUL 28
AUG 32
SEP 20
OCT 27
NOV 24
DEC 21
Total 255

2019 Incidents
JAN 27
FEB 27
MAR 26
APR 33
MAY 27
JUNE 20
JULY 33
AUG 29
SEPT 15
OCT 20
NOV 18
DEC 25
Total 300

2018 Incidents
Jan 32
Feb 23
March 54
April 26
May 28
June 19
July 29
Aug 22
Sept 36
Oct 29
Nov 26
Dec 31
Total 355

2017 Incidents
Jan 20
Feb 34
Mar 21
Apr 27
May 28
Jun 17
Jul 18
Aug 28
Sep 18
Oct 29
Nov 20
Dec 25
Total 285

2016 Incidents
Jan 29
Feb 45
Mar 17
Apr 24
May 16
Jun 25
Jul 16
Aug 26
Sep 23
Oct 25
Nov 26
Dec 23
Total 295

Past Incidents
2020 255
2019 300
2018 355
2017 285
2016 295
2015 307
2014 274
2013 273
2012 330
2011 340
2010 287
2021 278
Total 3579


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July 27, 2022

Beginning last Saturday just before 10:30am, Millwood FD was dispatched on an ECHO Level response with Ossining VAC and the 36Medic for an unresponsive party. Car 2251 (Chief Raguso) and 2252 (Chief Rodrigues) arrived first on scene and immediately deployed their AED and additional lifesaving measures, which ultimately resulted in a positive outcome. New Castle PD, Utility 44 and 145 also responded. Units returned to service in under an hour.

Just over 2 hours later, we were dispatched to Saddle Ridge Road for an inside odor of gas investigation. Car 2251, 2252, Engine 247, Engine 248, and Ladder 52 responded and determined that a stove had been left on for hours, resulting in the odor and elevated gas levels in the home. Members donned their airpacks and ventilated the home until the odor had dissipated, while also using our gas meters to ensure safe levels in the home. Units were back in service in about an hour.

At 10:20 Sunday morning, we were dispatched to Random Farms Drive for a residential alarm. Car 2251, 2251, Engine 248, and Ladder 52 responded and found that the alarm was accidentally activated. Units returned to service within an hour.

About an hour later, Millwood FD was dispatched with OVAC and the 36Medic to a reported pedestrian struck by a vehicle on Edgewood Road. Car 2251, 2252, and Rescue 36 responded and found that a resident was struck by a vehicle in their driveway. Upon the arrival of OVAC and the medic, the patient was transported ALS to Westchester Medical Center. Units were back in service shortly after the arrival of EMS.

2 hours later, we were dispatched with OVAC and the 36Medic to the Taconic State Parkway southbound for a reported motor vehicle accident with a vehicle rolled over. First arriving units found that the vehicle had not rolled over, but left the roadway and landed on the opposite side of the Pinesbridge Road entrance ramp. Car 2251, Engine 248, Rescue 36, and Mini-Attack 10 responded to this incident. The driver was evaluated by OVAC and refused medical attention. Units returned to service in about an hour

Later that night around 8pm, Millwood FD was dispatched to a reported smoke condition in the woods on Seven Bridges Road. Car 2251, 2252, Engine 247, and Engine 248 responded and found the smoke was from an outside fire pit. Units were back in service shortly after arrival.

For the final call on Sunday, Millwood Rescue 36 was requested mutual aid to assist Elmsford FD at a structure fire as the cascade unit. 2251 and Rescue 36 responded with a full crew and filled numerous bottles for the resources on scene from Elmsford FD, Fairview FD, Hartsdale FD, Irvington FD, and Valhalla FD. Millwood units were back in service in just over an hour.

On Monday, Millwood FD was dispatched on a dual response with Ossining FD for an activated fire alarm at the Maryknoll complex. Car 2252 and Ladder 52 responded with Ossining FD and found that a faulty toaster was the cause of the alarm. Units were in service shortly after arrival.

Finally, at 2:15 this afternoon, Millwood Rescue 36 was again requested mutual aid to assist Elmsford FD at a structure fire as the cascade unit. Rescue 36, under the command of Car 2254 (Captain Santone) responded with a full crew and assisted on the 2nd floor with fire suppression efforts and ventilation. Meanwhile, members also assisted with filling bottles for units on scene from Elmsford FD, Fairview FD, Hartsdale FD, Irvington FD, and Tarrytown FD. Millwood units returned to service after about 3 hours on scene.

Units: Car 2251, Car 2252, Engine 247, Engine 248, Ladder 52, Rescue 36, Mini-Attack 10, Utility 44, Utility 145
 
Mutual Aid: Ossining VAC, Elmsford FD, Fairview FD, Hartsdale FD, Irvington FD, Valhalla FD, Tarrytown FD, Ossining FD, New Castle PD, State Police
 

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